The Science of Cooking

You are what you eat. Know more about who you are.
What is really happening to the molecules when you fry an egg? Grill a steak? Steam your broccoli? Bake bread? Most importantly, why does it matter?

Improve your cooking, optimize your nutrition, better your life.

Special guest Miranda Martori empowers you with skills to increase your health and feed your family with techniques and recipes for homemade bread and slow cooked soups.
Also learn about grilling, easy slow cooking in the crock pot, appetizers, desserts, salads, and more.

The Science of Cooking has something for everyone. 
Stock your pantry, preserve your budget, entertain, comfort, care.
Workshop Presenter  



Miranda Martori comes from a family of cooks and eaters, none by trade but all for the love of good food. "Perhaps it is my family's heritage, Italian, that inspires this love. Or perhaps it is simply the consequence of having a large family, with so many bodies the few times we're all together is seated around a table enjoying a meal. Whatever the reason, my family inspired me to cook and more importantly to cook well." 

"This is where the science of cooking  comes in for me. Just like building a table or painting a beautiful portrait we must understand the "why" of what we are doing to do it well. Why do we add eggs to cookie dough? Why must we cook it at that temperature? And why are there so many steps in this recipe? Aided with this knowledge of "why" I am allowed to let my creative spirit wander onto the cutting board and the real fun begins!"


Cost: $15/person

Space is limited, pre-registration required. Please purchase ticket below. Find the full list of workshops HERE.

NOTE: This workshop will be held at the CSU Fairgrounds Kitchen at 2500 Main Ave., Durango, CO 81301


July 13, 2015 at 6pm - 8pm
La Plata County Fairgrounds
2500 Main Ave
Florida Room (it will be the middle room)
Durango, CO 81301
United States
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Mia Carrasco-Songer ·

Will you come?

$15.00 OKCG/PSC Workshop Ticket
The Science of Cooking

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